Posts Tagged ‘ Shame ’

The Fear of Presenting & Public Speaking

May 6th, 2016 | By | Category: Insights

It is widely known that presenting and public speaking is the number one fear, with 75% of the population dreading it more than death. What is it about speaking in front of a group of people that brings this on? In my years of coaching I know it’s never about what it’s about. I know […]



Brené Brown Listening to Shame

Feb 8th, 2016 | By | Category: Sites and Sounds

I am a big fan of Brené’s work. She takes the massive topics of shame and vulnerability and breaks them down in a way that enables us to not be afraid to consider getting curious.



Unimportant

Feb 8th, 2016 | By | Category: Insights

Feeling unimportant is a sensation we develop from a very young age. It stems from wanting to be seen, and or heard, for who we are. As we grow, in those moments of feeling unimportant we are actually transported back in time to those moments when we felt unseen and unheard by our parents, siblings, […]



Responsibility, Shame, Victim, Safe

Jan 13th, 2016 | By | Category: Insights

These words, ‘Responsibility, Shame, Victim and Safe’ have been surfacing and making their way into my awareness over the last month or so in conversations and in blogs I have been reading. They are the thin and thick veils of a truth rising to the surface, the  anchors stopping and sometimes paralyzing us to choose something […]



Engaging Ourselves Differently

Apr 8th, 2014 | By | Category: Insights

Last week I had the honour of holding the space for two men willing to consider another way of BEING for themselves. Ed and Chris have been in this dance together for two years; engaging in the conversations I have with and for men. Last summer they stepped into Decloaking and Living Authentically and last […]